Pamela Gail (Mickan) Williams
Pamela G. Williams, 62 of Lee’s Summit, Mo. passed away suddenly from a heart attack on Sunday April 7, 2019. Services will be held at Langsford Funeral Home on Friday, April 12, 2019. Visitation will be held at 10:00am with Funeral service following at 12:00pm. Memorial Contributions may be made to Veterans Community Project.
Pam was born on August 6, 1956 in Granite City, Illinois, and moved to Annapolis, Missouri in the fifth grade where she stayed until graduating high school. Pam is survived by her husband David, who loved her unconditionally for 43 years. Their whirlwind love affair began in 1975. Pam lived a wonderful and adventurous life while David served in the US Marine Corps for 20 years. They found their home in Lee’s Summit, Missouri where they raised two children, Ryan 40, and Sarah, 29. They found joy in being with their three grandchildren and spending time with their family.
She was preceded in death by her father James G. Mickan.
Survivors include her son Ryan (Devon) Williams of Kirksville, Mo. Daughter Sarah (Aaron) Roberts of Lee’s Summit, Mo, 3 grandchildren Reese, Ella and Grant. Mother Barbara Mickan of Hogan, Mo, brothers Mike (Linda) Mickan, and Jamie Mickan both of Hogan, Mo as well as many nieces and nephews.
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Dave and Family, we are so sorry for your loss. Pam was a special person who will be deeply missed by many. May GOD wrap his arms around you and comfort you.
Dave and family. David and I are so sorry for you loss. We are praying for you and that you will find comfort in the time of sorrow.
David, Ryan and Sarah, there simply aren’t enough words to express by deepest sympathy to you at this time. Pam was a special person to so many people. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap you in his loving arms that you may find peace and comfort in the days, weeks and years to come. God bless.
Dave and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Words just can’t say enough. Pam was a very special and unique person …. our prayers are with you all. May God comfort you ,
So very sorry for your sudden loss… Pam was a gracious host for the Bordner Beautification meetings, a wonderful mother and such a loving Grandmother. Your loss will be felt by so many! May God bless you at this time.
Williams (Mickan) Family,
We are heartbroken for your loss. May Pam rest in peace knowing how loved she was. Sending comforting prayers. With Love, Brennan, Melissa, Colin &Kaitlyn.
Pam was so special to us. A sister to Don after he retired from the Marines and a best friend to both of us. She was giving, caring, loving, and so very talented. We are heartbroken and the void she leaves will never be filled. We send our love and sympathy to the family she loved so much.
I am so sorry for your loss. Pam was a very sweet lady and will be missed.
My heart goes out to you and your family at his time of the loss of your Dear Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Dear Friend. She has meant so much to so many people me included. I have been truly blessed in knowing Pam and will miss her very much.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Pam will be greatly missed. I first started working at GEHA 10yrs ago and she was always so nice and helpful. There is no one like her.Your family is in my prayers
I had the privilege of working with Pam at GEHA for the last 13 years, she was an amazing person who cared deeply and shared her family with us. She will be missed.
I am so very sorry for your loss. When I started working in the PPO department on the Coventry team, Pam was a Godsend. She took the time to help me and teach me the job. In my time working with Pam, I got to know a woman who was completely devoted to her family and spoke often of her kids and grandkids. She will truly be missed.
Dave and Family, I am so honored and privileged to have known Pam. Together we served on our company’s committee for local charities. Her passion ran very deep and she did such an amazing job pulling people together for a worthy cause. She was a humble and beautiful woman full of love, strength and encouragement for us all. I’m so deeply sympathetic for your sudden loss. May you feel comforted by all who knew and loved her.
I worked with Pam over the years and, although I didn’t know her as well as others, I know she was an amazing person with a giving nature. Pam was committed to her family and adored her grandchildren. My condolences to those who love her. May her memories help you through this time. Pam will be missed.
Dave, We are very sorry for your loss. We will be praying God’s comfort, strength & peace to you and your family during this time.
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family at this painful time.
Pam was a wonderful lady. My prayers are with the family during your time of sorrow.